Effects of HGH

It is a common misconception that the signs of aging are a simple matter of the natural process of wear and tear. If that were the case, it would be logical to conclude that a 70 year old would have twice the signs of aging as that of a 35 year old or an 80 year old to a 40 year old. A centenarian should have only three times the aging signs of a 33 year old. But this is not really the case. So what does cause aging and why does it seem to occur faster as you grow older?

Until about the age of 30, humans spend their lives with moderately high human growth hormones (HGH). HGH or the growth hormone of early childhood is responsible for regeneration and repair of tissue throughout human life. At age 30, HGH levels decrease by as much as 20% as compared to childhood levels. Beyond 30 years old HGH levels steadily decrease to about 14% or more every passing decade. Most probably by the age of 30, your body can no longer produce enough HGH to repair all damages incurred to the body with the passing years. The continued decline of HGH levels causes the damage to your body that is known as aging to accelerate as you grow older.

Although HGH cannot take sole credit for the signs of aging, it cannot be ignored that this hormone contributes a great deal to this natural process. The schedule of the decrease of HGH levels vary among different individuals. You may be 30 years old with an HGH level of a 20 year old. This is why some people look younger than their chronological age. On the other hand, you may be 15 years old and have the HGH level of a 25 year old. People would say you look mature for your age.

It is scientifically proven that if the levels of HGH are naturally increased in an individual, the aging process could be called to a halt or even reversed. Thus some individuals seem to grow younger because their hair is darker and healthier looking, their skin is suppler with less or no wrinkles, and they seem to have more energy and vitality.

It is advantageous to start doing something about increasing the levels of HGH by the age of 30 but it is also possible for people in their advanced years to begin therapy. The reversal of the aging process can go back as far as 10 to 15 years.

To date, HGH is the only single therapy to have the most impact on the aging process of the human body.

The substances that control HGH secretion or production are:

  • GHRH or Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone – Increasing levels of this substance causes the pituitary gland to produce more HGH.
  • GHRP or Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide – Increasing levels of this substance also causes the pituitary gland to produce more HGH.
  • Somatostatin – The hormone that stops the secretion of HGH by the pituitary gland. The production of this hormone increases with age and as a result causes the decrease of HGH levels in the body.

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